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Choose from 206 pictures in our Uncle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The great fear of the period That Uncle Sam may be swallowed Featured Print

The great fear of the period That Uncle Sam may be swallowed

The great fear of the period That Uncle Sam may be swallowed by foreigners : The problem solved. A one panel, three scene cartoon showing, in the first scene, an Irish man with the head of Uncle Sam in his mouth and a Chinese man with the feet of Uncle Sam in his mouth, in the second scene they consume Uncle Sam, and in the third the Chinese man consumes the Irish man; on the landscape in the distant background are many railroads. Date between 1860 and 1869. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Uncle Sam's income Featured Print

Uncle Sam's income

Uncle Sam's income. Illustration shows a customs officer placing a tax stamp on an American heiress, also vignettes showing some suggested ways of generating revenue, such as taxing poodles and other precious pups, people who tell tall stories, divorce, sidewhiskers, amateur elocutionists, and rubber plants, instead of putting it all over the poor old consumer. Date 1909 April 21. Uncle Sam's income. Illustration shows a customs officer placing a tax stamp on an American heiress, also vignettes showing some suggested ways of generating revenue, such as taxing poodles and other precious pups, people who tell tall stories, divorce, sidewhiskers, amateur elocutionists, and rubber plants, instead of putting it all over the poor old consumer. Date 1909 April 21. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

British Ballad, The Children (Babes) In The Woods Featured Print

British Ballad, The Children (Babes) In The Woods

THE CHILDREN IN THE WOODS (BABES IN THE WOODS) First published as a ballad by Thomas Millington in Norwich in 1595, telling the traditional childrens tale of two children in the care of their uncle who are abandoned in a wood, die from neglect and are covered with leaves by robins. Their uncle, imprisoned for their neglect, dies and the children are seen here being received by angels in heaven. Folklore has it that the story originally took place in Wayland Wood in Norfolk, England.

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Mark Furness